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Old 06-19-13, 02:50 PM   #1
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Default sweet spot on spot

in going back over some spring spots i found i found this one spot that seems to keep producing.... love that i was able to pull 14lbs out

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wow wow wow nice looking fish you da man
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Old 06-25-13, 09:20 PM   #3
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Nice. Love them sweet spots.
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Old 06-25-13, 10:11 PM   #4
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Holy cow! Nice fish, man! Loved the video, too. That 7 pounder would eat what I call good-sized bass for a snack!
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Old 06-25-13, 10:53 PM   #5
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That's awesome. Where did you say that spot was??????????????
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Old 06-28-13, 06:20 PM   #6
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those are a pair of beauties. big bass are a different creature than the smaller bass. you really have to spend some time to find those prime little places that the big ones like. here are a few of the things that i have found that are a requirement to consistently catch big bass from a spot. has the best cover in the area, quick access to deep water, and of course a consistent food source. the big ones just wait for the meal to come by most of the time. great job of finding one of those special spots.

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Two NICE slobs cranky!!

Way to whack em!
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The green-eyed monster is after me! Oh, how I would love to tie into one of those! Congrats!
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Old 07-03-13, 02:25 AM   #9
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awesum fish!

I'm curious, do you use GPS to return to the spot? I know re-locating a spot off-shore can be problematic.
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Im guessing after a long time of going to it,using gps and sonar,more or less can get right on it,visual and feel as a backup.
Here on ky lake it might be a flat or hump a mile from shore.The sweet spot could be a creek channel in it or say a ramp going down to deep water,or a point or cutout.And the sweet spot tends to change with weather ,water level and time of year.So a lot is in just in going there umpteen times.
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